THEATRE: The Boadicea of Britannia Street | Friday 2 March

As part of our celebrations of International Women’s Day, the Marine presents a funny and touching play about female friendshipTBOBS graphic_3Local journalist Fran, PE teacher Penny, shy librarian Janet, and feisty Annie form a writing group. Inspired by the historical figure Boadicea, these women face their demons, overcome their enemies, and move on as friends to a better future.

This is a special production by the Somerleigh Players in association with Dorchester Arts, and the play was written by Ade Morriss.

About the company

Somerleigh Players are made of a mixture of people who have had a professional connection to the theatre (ie acting in professional productions, Edinburgh Festival, regional theatre, and professional costume and lighting experience etc), have had training at degree level and people who have come to acting later and discovered a real love of acting.



THEATRE: The Boadicea of Britannia Street

£9 advance, £11 on the door (TF discount applies)

Doors open at 1930


Seating is unallocated

Tickets are available online above or from Lyme Regis and Bridport Tourist Information centres in person or on the phone

Booking Hotline: 01297 442138

Booking Fee may apply